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Redecorate Your Garage into a Home Gym

ESSENTIALS:

POWER RACK OR CAGE TYPE SYSTEM WITH HIGH AND LOW PULLEYS
$250 - $700+ (DEPENDING ON QUALITY AND OPTIONS)

OLYMPIC BAR AND PLATES
$300 OR LESS FOR 600 Lbs OF PLATES

FLAT OR FLAT / INCLINE BENCH
$120

NICE TO HAVES:

ADJUSTABLE DUMBELL SET
$50 - $1200+ (AGAIN DEPENDING ON QUALITY AND AMOUNT OF PLATES / WEIGHTS YOU WANT OR NEED)

DIPPING / CHIN / LEG RAISE STATION
UNDER $100 (actually this is a must. The dip stations that come with most home gyms are too wobbly to be very safe or comfortable to work with)

LEG PRESS
$300 - $1200 (vertical leg presses are cheaper and smaller, but hard to find good quality. Angled leg press / hack slides are great, but expensive. They can also be as large as a small car.)

VARIOUS BARS (E-Z CURL, TRICEP BLASTER, ETC.)
$50 - $100 EACH

TOOLS OF THE TRADE (lifting straps, chalk, weight belt, arm blasters, grippers)
$cheap (under $30)

THIS EQUIPMENT SHOULD PROVIDE AN EXCELLENT WORKOUT FOR ANY BODY. THE ESSENTIALS WILL GET YOU THROUGH, AND YOU CAN SAVE FOR THE REST. WHEN I QUIT MY GYM, I WAS PAYING $80 A MONTH DUES FOR ME AND MY WIFE. MY HOME GYM PAID FOR ITSELF IN LESS THAN A YEAR. ABOUT EVERY 2-3 MONTHS I INVEST IN A NEW PIECE OF EQUIPMENT OR MORE WEIGHTS, JUST TO KEEP THINGS INTERESTING. TRY TO BE CAREFUL NOT TO OUTGROW YOUR GARAGE.

YOU COULD ALSO EASILY SAVE THE PRICE ON MUCH OF THIS EQUIPMENT BY BUILDING YOUR OWN. BUILD YOUR OWN GYM EQUIPMENT PLANS ARE AVAILABLE AT:
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